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Nourishing Fun

Last month, I had the pleasure of attending the 2017 Natural Awakenings Publishers’ Conference in Orlando. Publishers from all over the U.S., Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic gathered to learn how to better serve readers and advertisers and to enjoy the nurturing experience of being together...
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When Our Spirit Aches

Neurofeedback Can Help Heal Emotional Pain
The brain can then be taught to alter the patterns and function more optimally, often relieving the struggles of those with anxiety and depressive tendencies and disorders.

The Positive Effects of Hypnotherapy on Pain

Hypnosis is a powerful tool for managing pain, and—depending upon the condition and the individual’s personality—it can eliminate or diminish the pain greatly by rerouting a neural pathway in the brain.

Reiki to the Rescue

Re-establish Energy Balance to Reduce Pain
Reiki is a complementary health approach that works directly with the energy of the body, enhancing the body’s own ability to heal itself on all levels—physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.

Natural Remedies For Spring Allergies

Instead of suppressing the body’s natural response with anti-histamine/ decongestants, working with the body to help it deal with the allergens appropriately, can lead to relief very quickly and without the unwanted side effects.
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Proven Relief for Shingles

Six Drug-Free Ways to Preempt the Pain
Natural, effective alternative treatments to dramatically reduce and relieve chronic pain.

Homeopathy for Joint Injury and Pain

Six Remedies for Relief
For dogs and cats with aching joints, homeopathy offers an effective range of remedies keyed to specific conditions.

New Ways to Court Fitness

Racquets and Paddles Get a Sporting Makeover
Two fresh new faces on tennis courts these days are pickleball, a fun mixture of tennis, squash and table tennis, and cardio tennis, honing skills amid high-intensity aerobic action.

Break Free of Chronic Pain

Natural Ways to Feel Much Better
For the one in four Americans that suffer chronic pain with little help outside of risky opioids, alternative approaches can offer dramatic relief.
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Ginger Relieves Infected Root Canals

Natural Oral Health Treatment

High-Intensity Workouts May Keep People Coming Back

Irregular Exercisers Find HIIT Enjoyable

Why Lyme Disease Ticks Thrive in the North

Take Higher Caution in Cool, High-Humidity Climates

Vitamin D Helps Babies Grow Strong Bones and Muscle

Supplement for Healthy Little Ones

Inactive Lifestyle Accelerates Aging

Being Sedentary Associated with Shorter Telomere Lengths

Healthy Eating Can Improve Bone Density in Women

Benefit of Consuming Low-Inflammatory Foods

Local experts to support you in leading a healthy, balanced lifestyle.

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Herbstalk Community Herbal Event Returns

Herbstalk, a grassroots, Boston- area herbal event, will take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., June 3 and 4, at The Center for the Arts at the Armory, in Somerville

New Name, Same Mission

MA Right to Know GMOs has become Regeneration Massachusetts, in coordination with Regeneration International.

Groton Wellness Welcomes Naturopathic Doctor Martine Delonnay

Dr. Martine Delonnay is a naturopathic doctor who specializes in counseling, lifestyle improvement, weight management and detoxification.

Free All-Natural Solution for Behavior Disorders

Every Tuesday in June, BrainCore USA will be offering free sessions.

Barbara Brennan School of Healing Holds Experiential Workshop

The Barbara Brennan School of Healing (BBSH) will present a one-day experiential workshop on June 24.

Artwork Submissions Accepted for Smile Through Art Exhibit

The Art Cart, a creativity and movement program for people living with Parkinson’s disease, invites artists living with Parkinson’s to submit their work for its second annual Parkinson’s Art Exhibit.

A Motherly Embrace of Unconditional Love

Amma, the “Hugging Saint” who has embraced more than 36 million people throughout the world, returns to Boston on July 1 and 2 for four free programs.

12th Annual Summertime New Age Expo

ZuZu’s Healing Arts will celebrate its 12th annual Summertime New Age Expo from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., July 16.
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Safe and Smart

Clarity for Expiration Dates on Food

Autonomous Autos

Driverless Cars Promise Safety and Savings

Mock Meats

Vegetarian Protein Options on the Rise

Pesticide Peril

Common Agrichemicals Endanger Hundreds of Species

Prohibiting Plastic

Banning Bags Is Making a Difference

Hair-Raising Talk

Beauticians Empowered to Fight Domestic Abuse
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